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’Dogs force OT, but Utah State wins 48-41
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Louisiana Tech University wide receiver Quinton Patton (4) makes a leaping try for a pass reception while Utah State University safety Brian Suite (21) and another Aggie try and make a play on defense. Utah State took a 48-41 win in overtime to wrap up at least a share of the Western Athletic Conference championship.

How appropriate.

A game of this magnitude should have gone into overtime between Louisiana Tech University and Utah State University on Saturday.

The Aggies (9-2, 5-0) were presented with the “OT” prize with an edge-of-the-seats thriller for the 25,614 fans who assembled at Joe Aillet Stadium on a clear and gorgeous football-perfect afternoon.

A four-yard touchdown run by Kerwynn Williams on the Aggies’ first possession and on their second down of the extra period was the game-winner before Tech (9-2, 4-1) failed to match that score in four tries.

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